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mapfivber wilkens m,aps saying gooddye to a baltimore legend.viewing arrangements ffr arttmodell have been set for his saturday. saturday.the modell faaily and the baltimore ravens are inviting... everyone. &peveryone.tom rodgers isshere with more on where you can pay your respects. mr. modell's casket will be placed on the field at m & t bbnk tadium this saturday... with the lombardi trohphh. trohphy.the viewing is from 11 to 1 pm...parking is free in lot b and c.all fans are invited and are encouraged to purple.former ravens owner art modell died early yesterday morning with his sons by his ssde... he was 87 yeers old. but his legacy lives on.he negottated the nfl-afl merger... helped establish nfl films and was a big proponent of mondaa night football.he moved his cleveland browns to baltimore in 1996... and that might'veecost him a place in the hall of fame... but here in baltimore... he will always be the man who rought football back. 15:59:09 i'm here because of him and anytime you can leave a legacy he's the most awesome guy i've ever met in donated millions of dollars to local c
chance for showers. there are light sprinkles out there. they already crossed south of baltimore. there's more up into southern pennsylvania. so it's just showing that it's going to be a little more unsettled today. i think for baltimore, our best chance is to see more showers will be in afternoon. if you have outdoor plans i would start off the day thinking you could be outdoors. it's the evening hours that we may see more showers. 54 at the airport. high temperature today just as cool, in the low 70s. again, that chance for showers starting late in the afternoon towards the evening hours. we'll talk about what comes up in the seven day which includes more rain. stay tuned. our big story. once again the orioles. it was a little closer last night, but they once again take down the red sox. >> right. how about them o's. manny machado turns a double play to get the o's out of the inning. then a few innings later the 19-year-old breaks a 3-3 tie with his seventh home run of the year. that's where the score would stay. tying them for first in the the american league east with the yankees. p
on southbound 95 coming out of the northeast. my ministry at calvert, closures because of the baltimore book festival. 11 minutes to go south on 95 from the beltway down towards 32. the roads are still wet. building volume but no official delay. heavier on southbound 295 down towards 32. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> a late night for ravens fans but it was worth the lost sleep. the ravens got some breathing room towards the end of the third quarter as cary williams picks off brandon weeden which gave the ravens a 13-point lead. the browns held tough. the ravens came on top 23-16. the of the big story was the return of the nfl officials after the lockout. the officiating crew was treated to a hero's welcome at m&t bank stadium last night. fans were thrilled to see the return of the professional officials. after the game, it was clear to those on and off the field that the situation had improved. >> the communication was good. i would like to know what happened on the last play. they were excellent. guys on the sideline did a great job communicating. i think now we're on the same
. >> a nonprofit based in baltimore says think efforts are praised what -- praiseworthy, but she says more can be done to help distressed families. relief averages about $79,000 per family. so far, the state has received more than $224 million from the settlement. more than 79,000 maryland families are still at risk of losing their homes. more should be done to help these families, like more principle reductions instead of short sales. >> that is not the kind of relief we want to see. we want banks to negotiate the loan so that people have more affordable mortgages and can stay in their houses. >> they are working to make mortgage data more apparent -- more transparent, as well as creating a state homeowner and bill of rights. >> we want to do everything we can to get it right and make sure things are held accountable for their past actions, and make sure they cannot do it again in the future. >> , to find out if you are eligible for any of the money, contact the state attorney's office or the maryland hope hot line. wbal-tv 11 news. >> the steel mill could once again be up for grabs. if the m
the country by surprise and baltimore by storm. >> it's huge. i mean, we drove up from raleigh for this. we've been talking about it for weeks. yeah, it's cool. >> it's been 15 years since orioles park hosted a meaningful final home stand for the home team, and fans are soaking it up. >> every time i come, i wear this. >> i cannot explain to you, because we can't afford ravens tickets but we still root for them. but we can afford orioles tickets. we are ready. we are excited. this is our time. >> it's been appreciation weekend and nine lucky fan weres randomly chosen to stand with the orioles during the national anthem. cornelius woodson iii stood with adam jones and brooks barns with manny machado. >> it makes you appreciate it all that much more now that it's happening this much more later. you enjoy every moment of it. >> the mayor presented jones with the key to the city for his work with kids in the community. a community she says is thankful in many ways for the o's sudden success. >> when i talked to them, i say we're happy that you're winning. what you're doing, you're creating jobs
... 3 breaking news right now... out of east baltimore...this is our first video... from montforr street in east baltimore...police are investigating the death of someone they were áarrestingá while officers were taking the man into custody...police say he swallowed drugs.the man was taken to johns hopkins... where he died.homicide and internal affaiis investigators are looking into this. hello, i'm karen parks parks...and i'm jeff barnda... baltimore county man... comes under attack after... leaving a community... meeting! myranda stephen is in the idlewylde neighboohood with what apparentlyyset off the attack.......and how people in the neighborhood... fought back back man had just left a meeting wednesday night here at the idlewylde community association hall... when police say a run-in with strangers... landed him in the hospital! ((take vo)) investigators say the man was walling down beechwood road near saint albans road - when he shouted to the driver of a car that sped past him to "slow down!"the car then came to a stop and four people got out!two of them - then st
. he ended up in baltimore this year, living in homeless shelters and all the while building an unknown record of violence and robbery that now spans two states. he's now locked up on a slew of charges. chief among them, murder in the first. in mt. vernon, prien kuebler, abc2 news. >> prien tells us police are still looking for bass' accomplice and still need you. if you can remember anything call the homicide direct at 410-396-2100. >>> there's another family that needs your help. he was a father, coach and friend and murdered over the weekend. he was buried today but the family is still looking for answers about what happened. >> on saturday 38-year-old fred king dropped his son off at a barber shop and said he would be right back. later sat dray night he was found shot several times in the 2600 block of kemp street. the engin was running and the door was open. police have few clues. the family made a big plea for people to come forward. they say the man who they affectionately called big fred was a friend to everybody. >> he just wanted to see his daughter go to georgetown or go to c
gave you on this week against the bureaucrats and baltimore police are trying to decide who deliberately saw -- started fires. >> we are joined live from outside the apartment with the latest on investigations. and what's good morning. they say that molotov cocktails were crowned at the scene of both fires. it was just a morning just before 4:00 when residents of the park side gardens apartment complex book up to smoke and fire -- and fire on all three levels. seven people were taken to an area hospital with varying degrees of injuries. also a fire at another apartment complexes. buckley and no one was injured there. both were started by molotov cocktails, the work of an arsonist. please believe the incidents are connected and looking for clues. they are hanging science and sticking it permission around the information. these apartments appeared to be chosen at random. >> it does not appear based on the victim ology of the incidents that these are targeted. it could be as simple as juveniles playing a dangerous prank or if it is something more serious, we will be on that ver
the weekend in baltimore city that killed an aberdeen police officer. here is what we have been able to gather. charles armenta was on a party bus at 3:15 a.m. saturday morning. he fell off the side of highway plunging nearly 50 feet his death. what we do not know is why the bus pulled over. police have not explained why they believe that he got off the bus in the first place. >> a little bit story of the weekend. things have settled down nicely and this beautiful weather will be here for an extended stretch. the raider composite shows clear skies and a few fair weather cumulus in the mountains to the north and west and some cool, dry air on those northerly breezes. mostly 70's here. 55 added oakland. feeling like fall in the mountains. the forecast for the game, clear skies and a light northwesterly breeze, low humidity and comfortable football temperatures. we will settle back into the 60's as the game wears on. perfect conditions for football. the seven-day in a few minutes. >> our newsroom has been getting calls and e-mails, worried about the rap program using poison that could harm childr
through the greater baltimore area last night. they're just moving out into the atlantic ocean. couple showers around ocean city. should be a great day. current conditions out at the airport, it is 54 degrees. dewpoint relatively low at 45, humidly 72%. winds out of the west/northwest at five miles per hour. barometer holding steady at 30.30. and down at the inner harbor, they're looking at about 60 degrees under clear skies. we're clear for the next several days and cool. tell you all about it in the weather plus forecast coming up. >>> our big story this morning is a follow-up to the perry hall high school shooting that happened on the first day of school. daniel bowery is now out of the hospital and yesterday at a fund-raiser for his family to pay for his medical bill, daniel showed up and showed signs of recovery. we have more. >> a thumbs up from daniel bowery in his first outing since leaving the hospital. the 17-year-old, who was the only student hit during a school shooting at perry hall high last month was cleared by doctors to attend a fund-raiser for his family on the bay sa
>> a fire here in northeast baltimore so intense that victims were jumping from windows. >> mitt romney is looking to reshape his controversial comments as president obama goes on the attack. >> the orioles work into the wee hour of the morning. highlights of the marathon that ended when most of you were asleep. >> the forecast as we continue. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m. >> good morning. i am lisa robinson. >> i am stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> anywhere from one to four inches of rain. there were not any tornadoes reported. power got knocked out in some areas. it will be a smooth morning commute. we don't expect any rain. in the 50's in the northwest suburbs. breezy and cooler today. high temperature around 74 degrees. we'll come back and check the forecast going into the weekend. >> good morning. the storm has passed. we have an accident on the east side of the belt
big story this morning, despite a loss last night, still no ground lost for the baltimore orioles. >> the birds dropped their first game on the west coast to the other hot team in the american league, the oakland a's. >> and the a.l. wild card leading athletics beat the o's 3-2 last night to prevent them into sole possession of first place in the a.l. east. johnny goals hit a go-ahead r.b.i. single in the fifth to back a's rookie tommy milone in an opener of the key series. the yankees lost 6-4 at home to tampa bay. >> and oakland is part of the o's grueling nine-game road trip that may have some fans in baltimore going through withdrawal. the o's winning ways drawing bigger crowds to camden yards, great for fans and businesses alike. >> orioles' fever, magic, whatever you want to call it, has taken a grip on the baltimore area and is not letting go. >> it's fabulous. it's exciting to see and there's a lot of momentum and we hope it continues. >> goodbye, home run, it's a fair ball! orioles 3, rays 2, in 14. >> after a sweep of the tampa bay rays, the orioles are now headed out we
first and race cars take over downtown baltimore. a look at the first full day of the grand prix of baltimore. 11 news saturday morning starts right now. >> you're watching wbal tv-11, live, local, late breaking. this is 11 news saturday morning. >> i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm jennifer franciotti. we will get to our top stories in a second but we will look oue with john collins. i saw stars and a full moon. >> and scattered clouds, as well, and surprisingly, moisture from isaac is getting closer to us. yesterday it was way to the west in missouri and arkansas and moving into iowa and it was hot yesterday. today, it will be warm, a little more humid and that moisture from that storm will get closer to us. it's showing up on radar now nearby. let's look at our h.d. doppler radar. you can see that out in garrett county we are seeing shower activity and in west virginia, thunderstorm activity going on at this stage of the game. this is all sliding to the east, the initial moisture, not a major part of the forecast today but it is part of the holiday weekend forecast. i'll detail th
, wbal-tv 11 news. >> and we're learning more tonight about the baltimore county man suspected of murdering his grandparents in the pipe mill home where they lived. it came out that he was found by authorities in oklahoma last week where he was being treated in the hospital. detectives in oklahoma are alleging that long was found unresponsive in at a motel room on tuesday morning, have been taken prescription pills. he shared a home with his grandparents and is now considered a suspect in their killing. >> the fbi has launched an investigation into several vandalism cases that appear to be targeting mosques in virginia. worshipers in harrisburg arrived at their weekly prayer service to find graffiti on the building, apparently including references to iraqis and "this is america." there is no indication whether this is in response to angry anti-u.s. protests in the muslim world. meanwhile, those protests seem to be escalating, spreading to more than a dozen countries in the middle east, including afghanistan. this has forces suffer more losses as the result of inciting attacks.
in one essex neighborhood. baltimore county police say this man set fire to a carport, several vehicles and a boat. jamie brown lives in the neighborhood. and he had two vehicles in his carport burned along with a boat. he told us he doesn't believe the fire was set at his home. >> and just paid for the bought. just -- boat and just paid for the boat, paid cash for the boat and i bought it, fixed it up and i don't even have it in my name yet, you ing for the title. >> brown says all he can do now is tell police what he can and wait for insurance adjuster. >>> a former city police officer gives thanks to a hospital for saving his life, not once, but twice. gene cassidy braved the microphones at the university of maryland mecal center today but his true bravery began 25 years ago. while makingen arrest, he was shot twice in the head and may have died if it wasn't for shock trauma. left blind, he would later face death again the dire need of a liver transplant. the maryland medical center and an unknown organ donor came to his aid. >> we thought we would lose gene. gene.(.ecl) that's what
the low 80e.81 baltimore, 86 in frederick. those numbers were warmer today. tomorrow will be back temperature wise. maybe not quite as sunny. new front pushing in. that will cloud us up late through the day tomorrow. maybe bring shower around here tomorrow evening before we clear it out again for the weekend. hour by hour into the midday tomorrow we are talking abouta increased clouds around here. we will talk about how the rest of the weekend develops in detail. >> new tonight in this day and age, to have your power knocked out for five or more days because of a storm is not acceptable. that's what we have been hearing from you. ken who is the boss of bge said if you want a different outcome then we are going to have to make a different deployment and it'll add cost significantly. in other words if we don't pay for changes don't expect power with in 24 hours after a hurricane like storm. >> students headed back to class at morgan state a day after a shooting inside the community center. police say both the victim and gunman were not morgan state students. the university held a
. >> this is the same unit that included commander rogers, a longtime baltimore phiz said teacher killed by an afghan denman during an uprising that followed karan burnings at a military base. another attack in southern afghanistan left two u.s. marines dead. they confirmed the attack friday. it is the same base where prince harry is deployed, but officials say he was not injured. the taliban claims responsibility, say it was in response to the anti muslim film produced here in the u.s.. >> during the attack, two of our soldiers died, two u.s. marines. furthermore, a couple of airplanes and infrastructure have been damaged. during the fight, a total of 18 insurgents have been killed, one additional wounded, and he is under custody. >> the taliban says the camp was targeted because prince harry was there. it marks a wave of anti-american attacks across the muslim world this week. >>> a california man linked to that bill was escorted by sheriff's dipodies to an interview with federal officers. with his face covered, he willingly went to be questioned about possible probation violations. he was to be in
in northwest baltimore on woodland avenue. kim dacey is live with the latest on the search for a cause. >> good morning. the two firefighters that were injured suffered non-life- threatening injuries. one was burnedy his ear. the other was shocked by a downed power line. firefighters found heavy smoke when they got to the 2900 block of woodland avenue in northwest baltimore just after 5:00 on sunday morning. three people were able to escape the burning home. but one man did not. they think he was overcome with the heavy smoke. his body was found on the first floor. his family is trying to deal with the loss. >> it is just a hurting thing right now. yeah. we were supposed to met him over at the ravens game. we take turns at each other's house, having the ravens game. he won't be there. >> investigators will be back out this morning trying to determine what caused the fire and looking to see if there were at the time of the fire. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. another violent weekend in baltimore city. four shootings and one of them deadly. no word on the victim's condition. another gu
. temperature in downtown baltimore, 58. taking a look at your day planner today. that should be sunny. had a typo there. sunny. few clouds and sun. 70. just before kickoff. 8:20 tonight. we start our pregame coverage here around 6:30. mostly clear and cool. 59 degrees by kickoff. we'll take an extended look at your forecast in just a few minutes. >> our big story this morning is a follow-up to the story of a perry hall high school student allegedly shot inside the school a month ago. >> daniel bowery is out of the hospital. yesterday at a fund-raiser for his family to pay for his medical bill, daniel showed signs that he is on the road to recovery. >> a thumbs up from daniel bowery in his first outing since leaving his hospital. the 17-year-old who was the only student hit during a school shooting at perry hall high last month was preparing by doctors to attend a fund-raiser on the bay saturday. >> anybody else would whine, complain and why me. this, that, everything el. all daniel has done is great. i just want to be who i was, doing what i was doing. he's done everything he needed to do
in was baltimore. investigators say a 24-year-old man was shot. he later died at the hospital. a witness saw the man tossed a weapon aside. the man has not been found. they have not reveal a motive in the case. >> an investigation is underway on how a mta bus drifted. the bus was parked in the driver was inspecting the bus when as started to move and crashed into the shelter. >> there are a number of procedures that should occur when a bus is stopped. everything from the wheels being turned to a break being set. we are devastating to determine if all of the proper procedures were followed. -- we are investigating to determine if all procedures were followed. >> everyone has been released from the hospital. >> a proposal is to add 96 parking spots and a driveway loop to accommodate rec center accommodations. city park and rec center say the plan is an idea at this point and a welcome community input. many say the city should be trying to preserve the green space and not take away from it. >> i am not a fan, because this is where you live here. you have madison part. you know, get some space s
county. here's a quick, live look at traffic. you can see the buildup at baltimore national pike from approaching 70 down towards 40. we will let you know once they're able to remove that debris. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> good morning. a crisp, cool start of this morning. the forecast for today -- mostly sunny skies. nice with a high temperature 80 degrees.n d8d here is keith mills. >> thank you. the season opener for the ravens tonight. a showdown with cincinnati at 7:00 p.m. michael phelps is the honoree captain tonight. mohammad ali in town that was introduced to the team yesterday. the big story line will be joe flacco and the offense. the up-tempo offense. joe flacco says his unit will be ready. >> those guys will put pressure on defense. we're not able to utilize them all preseason. guys stepped in and we were able to see what they have and now we'll have that extra guy. >> if the ravens win, they will take early control of their division. denver playing pittsburg. 7-3 denver. manning, two touchdown passes. this one was just a dagger in the back. ben roethlisber
in libya.. and protestors tried to attack the u-s embassy in yemen on thursday. a baltimore native with ties to libya... is speaking ouu about the attacks on american e. embassies.filmmaker matthew van dyke made several friends in libya after being captured by moammar gaddafi's forccs and spending six months in prison there.he has kept close eye on the middle east-- especially libya-- this week. van dyke says he has seen the controversial movie behhnd the attacks.he calls it 'trivial' and 'amatuerish', but is not surprised it has angered so many. matthew van dyke, libyan talking a country of several 'r million people and these weee attacked, you knoww a few ho - pickup trucks of lunatics." lunatics."van dyke is headee back to the region in the coming weeks. the november election is lesssthan eight weeks away and... maryland democrats are without a first distric congresssonal candidate candidate on monday... democrat wendy rosen withdrew from the race after hhr own party accused her of committing voter fraad. party leaders say rosen is registered to vote in both maryland and
baltimore. he has not been seen since saturday. he is 78 pounds and was wearing a race wear shirt with black tennis shoes. and now an update. police detectives aren't oklahoma this morning and waiting to interview the grandson. matthew long was in oklahoma and living with his grandparents when they were killed. police found the bodies last monday but long was missing. he is undergoing a mental treatment. >> governor martin o'malley helps campaign. some are calling it an early movement into the presidential proving ground. he dismissed questions he was trying to make a good -- less than 60 days before the november election. >> 55 degrees at the airport. 5:36. >> some new research linking the type of health problems in kids. >> don't forget to e-mail us your response to our water cooler question of the day. what do you think is the most to blame for the ravens' week two loss to the eagles? you can share your response at wbaltv.com and on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> we are keeping a close eye >> good morning. we have clear skies this morning. a couple o
in nfl history and the lives of players. the funeral for modell took place at baltimore hebrew congregation. maryland governor martin o'malley was among hundreds who paid their respects. ray lewis, ray rice, and other ravens players also attended. modell is credited with growing the nfl through television. also often criticized in cleveland for moving the browns to bawl. modell died thursday at the age of 87. >>> a change on i-66 has commuters seeing red. the new color is an alert to drivers they might be in the wronlane. news4's julie kerry talked to drivers about whether they're getting that message. >> reporter: i-66 just outside the beltway just got a makeover. you condition miss what's happened in the far right lane. >> i think it's on shoulder. it's like an orange color. i don't know. it's orange or some kind of different colored pavement. >> reporter: for the record vdot calls it red clay colored. ice a special surface coating designed to draw attention to the sometimes you can use it, sometimes you can't right shoulder. what do you think it means? >> i have no idea. >>
nights. we will bottom out in the 50's tonight, the upper 50's to near 60 in downtown baltimore. the wind coming out of the south. in the northwest d.c. whins in detroit. that is the first signs of a from that will be pushing our direction. not that far away, but it is going to take a day or so to get here, moving through the mountains tonight. southwest winds will briefly warm things up. i would not be surprised if things get close to 80 degrees tomorrow and saturday. if you are heading into the mountains, they might see showers breaking out as the front approaches. off the coast saturday night, sunday should be beautiful. it will be the first full day of fall on sunday. tomorrow, partly cloudy. wins out of the stock at five to cannot see. the thundershowers begin tomorrow afternoon, dropping into the 60's. onlyy's high temperatures in the 50's. eastern shores, the last couple days of summer. 80 degrees before the cool fronts saturday afternoon, and on the coast, temperatures in that 80's. dry weather saturday. at the beginning of the season, we've venture into fall. tomorrow, and 80 deg
or months. hopefully, before the next big storm. in baltimore, andrea mccarren, 9news now. >> one of the energy companies noted that montgomery county residents pay a monthly energy fee, but no one raised questions about that. >> mitt romney was on 60 minutes last night and he insisted that his campaign does not need a turn around. and today, the republican presidential nominee plowed ahead with his economic message and hit president obama for comments he made on that very same program. tara with more from the white house. >> derek, nationally the race remains tied. the push is on now to win over voters in key battleground states who can help swing the election. hundreds of flag waving supporters greeted mitt romney's plane as it taxied to a rally in pueblo, colorado. >> mitt romney. >> reporter: the gop white house hopeful is looking for votes in the battleground state, where a new poll shows president obama with an edge. >> the american people cannot afford four more years of barack obama and that's why i'm going to become the next president of the united states. >> romney
brought some of her stone ridge classmates with her. baltimore native and the most decorated olympian ever michael phelps was also on hand. >>> even a nats loss could not keep nationals park from rocking last night. that's what happens when the boss is in town. ♪ >> bruce springsteen and the e street band treated 38,000 fans to an awesome concert at the ballpark last night. they performed a mix of old and new hits as part of the wrecking ball tour including racing in the streets, which springsteen dedicated to the veterans in the crowd. >>> if you haven't already ordered the new iphone 5 you might have to wait a few weeks. it was available for preorder yesterday morning but a few hours later the apple site started telling customers phones would start shipping out in two weeks. the bigger, faster iphone is set to come out friday the 21st. technology analysts say if you missed out on the preorder you can wait in line next friday to try and get the phone. the old fashioned way, wait in line. >> i'm not due for an upgrade so i'm bummed. >> oh, well. >>> kevin bacon once said he is in so many
with the baltimore ravens in 2000. these days, you can find him on the sidelines doing tv. the new jersey native is full of opinions about football and life. he put a couple of them in his new book. it's called "goose: the outrageous life and times of a football guy." tony siragusa, good morning. and jeff floor has joined us at the table, why? because he loves you! >> pitching the buffalo bills for a long time. just trying to find something. >> with cause this year, with cause. >> when i came in this morning, brendon, who is security, said oh, tony siragusa's coming, he's such an awesome dude. that's what everybody says about them. this is what i say about you, your book. it's dedicated to the people who you said told me i couldn't do it, and there's a couple of people along the way who said you're no good, you're not going to last that long, you didn't get drafted in the nfl. and to them, you say what today? >> thank you very, very much. >> thank you. >> i think everybody goes through a little bit of negative vibes as you go through life, and you've just got to go and beat them up and use them
. happy birthday to you, hugo. hue owe warns of baltimore, maryland. 100 years old today. statement to longevity. a little bourbon and chasing women. [ laughter ] isn't that something. overland park, kansas, it's over that way near the mississippi river. sarah zeldin is 100-year-old today. very active in charities and her church work. good old gordon. i love that maim from lennox, georgia, 104 years old today. loves to spend time singing and praying. mary davis of louisberg, tennessee, is 105. her husband was a fireman for so many years. recently some of the guys took her for a rye ride on the tire truck for 100 years. joe, what do you know? just got back from a radio show. joe lamping from medford, oregon is 100 years old. he built the house he still lives in to this day. mary joe hammond huntington, west virginia, i've been there a couple times. 100 years old today. loves watching the leaves fall a. that's it. that's all from the cathedral, now back to new york. >> all right. will yard. thank you. just ahead, hougy mandel will be here with the preview of the "america's got talent"
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